Check out these gift ideas — from simple to splurge — any Dad is sure to appreciate.
ArchRival Sports, HOKA Men’s Stinson ATR 6
Perfect for a run on the trail or the beach — it’s named after a local beach, after all — this all-terrain shoe boasts a cushy underfoot experience.
Sears Point Racing Experience, KTM X-Bow Experience
Get Dad’s adrenaline pumping by gifting him with a couple of laps around the track at Sonoma Raceway in a state-of-the art racecar.
East Brother Beer Co. Festival Beer Box, $40
Dad can recreate the beer festival experience at home with this box that includes a variety six-pack of beers, pretzel necklace, stickers, buttons and a taster cup.
Equator Coffees Bagged Coffee
Whether you pick the best-selling Equator Blend or a single-origin variety, this local company’s sustainable, socially responsibility coffee is the perfect pick-me-up.
101 Surf Sports Wingsurfing Rigs
Turn a standup paddleboard or foilboard into a wingsurfer with an easy-to-use inflatable rig that packs up smaller than your average backpack.
Gene Hiller, Brioni Basket-weave Sweater
Crafted from a luxurious blend of cotton, silk and cashmere, this breathable knit sweater feels as good as it looks layered over a T-shirt or a collared shirt.
Shavery Barbershop Father’s Day Gift Boxes
Keep Dad looking sharp with a custom gift box of grooming goods from 18.21 Man Made and Reuzel and a gift certificate for a haircut or a straight-razor shave.
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For more on Marin:
- The Father’s Day Gift Guide for Active Dads
- Make your Next Barbecue a Hit with These Grilling Essentials
- Mother’s Day Gift Guide: 25 Foolproof Gifts Your Mom Will Love
Lotus Abrams has covered everything from beauty to business to tech in her editorial career, but it might be writing about her native Bay Area that inspires her most. She lives with her husband and two daughters in the San Francisco Peninsula, where they enjoy spending time outdoors at the area’s many open spaces protected and preserved by her favorite local nonprofit, the Peninsula Open Space Trust.